Person    | Male  Born 31/10/1795  Died 23/2/1821

John Keats

Categories: Poetry, Seriously Famous

Countries: Italy

Born 24 Moorfields Pavement Row, Finsbury. This was the Swan and Hoop pub, where his father worked as a stableman and later managed the inn. Baptised at St Botolphs. 1815-16 trained at Guy’s Hospital and qualified as a surgeon-apothecary, but his interests lay in literature and poetry. Died of consumption in Rome where he is buried in the Protestant Cemetery.

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John Keats

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John Keats birthplace

In a house on this site, the "Swan & Hoop", John Keats, poet, was born, 1...

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John Keats - Enfield

The house which stood on this site was built in the late 17th century. Later ...

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John Keats - NW3

John Keats, poet, lived in this house. B: 1795. D: 1821. {Almost hidden in t...

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Keats and Stephens

On this site, poet & apothecary John Keats, & his friend, the poet, a...

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Keats, D'Israeli, Clarke at Enfield

According to Enfield Borough this plaque, together with the remaining plaque,...

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Hampstead War Memorial

From the inscriptions it seems that the obelisk was created as a WW1 memorial...

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Gavin Ewart

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Thomas Campbell (poet)

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John Dryden

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Sir Henry Taylor

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1 memorial